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(Photograph illustrating the microstructure of the foam that still persists 2 h after shaking an aqueous solution containing 5% sodium dodecylsulfate. The bubble shapes are more polyhedral near the top, where the foam is dry, and more spherical near the bo)
 
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Photograph illustrating the microstructure of the foam that still persists 2 h after shaking an aqueous solution containing 5% sodium dodecylsulfate. The bubble shapes are more polyhedral near the top, where the foam is dry, and more spherical near the bottom, where the foam is wet. The average bubble size is �2 mm.

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current18:17, 12 November 2012Thumbnail for version as of 18:17, 12 November 2012355 × 502 (41 KB)Gonzalez (Talk | contribs)Photograph illustrating the microstructure of the foam that still persists 2 h after shaking an aqueous solution containing 5% sodium dodecylsulfate. The bubble shapes are more polyhedral near the top, where the foam is dry, and more spherical near the bo
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